Check out Majors at Mizzou

  • Majors.missouri.edu
    For more in-depth information about degree requirements for each degree program (includes majors, emphasis areas, minors & certificates), links to department websites, and possible career paths for each.Explore

‘What Can I Do with This Major?’

  • Discover ideas for careers that correspond to particular majors here:

Check out Major Exploratory Courses

Check on myZou or with your advisor for what semesters these courses are offered (availability varies):

  • AG EC 1010, Intro. to Agribusiness Mgmt. (1)
  • AG ED LD 1000, Orient. to Ag. Education & Leadership (1)
  • BIOL EN 1000, Intro. to Biological Engineering (1)
  • BIOMED 1010, Biomedical Career Exploration (1-2)
  • CH ENG 1000, Intro. to Chemical Engineering (2)
  • CMP SC 1000, Intro. to Computer Science (1)
  • ENGINR 1000, Intro. to Engineering (1)
  • ENV SC 1100, Intro. to Environmental Science (3)
  • FINPLN 2083, Financial Planning Careers (1)
  • GN HES 1100, Intro. to Human Environmental Sciences (1)
  • HLTH SCI 1000, Intro. to Health Professions (3)
  • HSP MGMT 1043, Intro. to Hospitality Management (3)
  • HSP MGMT 1505, Fundamentals of Sport Venue Mgmt. (3)
  • JOURN 1010, Career Explorations in Journalism (1)
  • LTC 1100, College of Education Orientation (1)
  • MAE 1000, Intro. to Mechanical Engineering (1)
  • MANGMT 1010, Contemporary Business Practices (1)
  • NURSE 1000, Advisory Seminar for Nursing (1)
  • OC THR 1000, Intro. to Occupational Therapy (1)
  • PH THR 1000, Intro. to Physical Therapy (1)
  • PR TR 1010, Intro. to Leisure Studies (3)
  • RS THR 1000, Intro. to Respiratory Therapy (1)
  • SOC WK 1110, Intro. to Social Work Major (1)
  • TAM 1100, Intro. to the Textile & Apparel Industry (3)

Meet with an Advisor in Academic Exploration & Advising Services

  • AEAS Appointment: 573-884-9700 Location: M110 Student Success Center
    Their mission is to work collaboratively with students to help them develop and accomplish academic and life goals. The advisor and student work together to find a fit between the student's interests and abilities and what the university has to offer. Ultimately, students learn to navigate through and take full advantage of the university.

Meet with an Advisor and/or Faculty in Academic Departments

  • MU Academic Departments
    Contacting departments directly helps you to learning information about each school, college, department, and degree programs. We encourage students to speak personally with faculty members and advisors with their questions.
  • Graduate School
    Thinking about the future, you may want to consider grad programs. Often, you can get a graduate degree in a field not directly related to your undergraduate degree. This is an option to explore rather than seeking a double major or dual degree.